Evaluating Tajh Boyd's Heisman Stock After Game vs. Wake Forest
The Clemson Tigers are off to a hot start through the first half of their game against Wake Forest, and Tajh Boyd is looking like a Heisman contender.
Through the first quarter, Boyd threw for 189 yards and two touchdowns, going 7-for-10 through the air. He found Sammy Watkins on a 64-yard pass on the third play of the day, then threw a 75-yard bomb to D.J. Howard about seven minutes later.
At half, Boyd's numbers are great. He's thrown for 286 yards and has four total touchdowns, three through the air and one on the ground.
Boyd's numbers are certainly Hesiman worthy so far this season. Before this game, he'd thrown for 683 yards and six touchdowns without throwing a single interception in three games. He also made some big plays with his legs, running for 90 yards and three touchdowns.
It's only the first half right now, and that means that there's still 30 minutes for Boyd to light up the scoreboard. If he continues playing like he has through the first quarter, he'll certainly be in the Heisman talks after this game.
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